October 6, 2017 | There is still time to register for The Toy Association’s members-only webinar, “Creditors’ Rights: Techniques to Minimize Risk and Maximize Recovery,” taking place Thursday, October 12 at 2 p.m. (Eastern). Registration is open and is complimentary.
The webinar will provide manufacturer members, wholesalers, and distributors with important information regarding their legal rights and available strategies to help them minimize risk and maximize recovery when dealing with financially-troubled customers. The webinar will specifically address: revoking credit terms, seeking adequate assurance of performance from a troubled customer, stopping delivery of goods in transit, reclamation, and how to structure relationships with customers post-bankruptcy and elevate a vendor’s priority when a customer files for bankruptcy. Due to interest in the topic, the session has been extended from one hour to 90 minutes.
Webinar presenter Jason M. Torf, a partner at Horwood Marcus & Berk Chartered, will share proactive approaches suppliers can take when faced with customers who have come under financial uncertainty. Torf, a bankruptcy and creditors’ rights expert, regularly represents clients dealing with troubled customers, both in bankruptcy proceedings and otherwise. The webinar will be moderated by Paul Vitale, executive vice president of finance & operations at The Toy Association.
Toy Association member manufacturers, wholesalers, and distributors are invited to participate; the session is specifically recommended for those involved in credit, finance, and legal functions. As always, a recording of the session will be made available for members who register but are unable to participate live.
For more information, contact Anne McConnell, senior director of market research & data strategy at The Toy Association.